Three injured in York County crash

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YORK COUNTY, Pa. – Three people suffered non-life threatening injures in a two vehicle crash in Heidelberg Township.  It  happened at about  2:30 p.m. Friday on Old Hanover Road in Menges Mills.

Southwestern Regional Police say a Chevrolet Cobalt driven by Abraham Hlorkah, 48, York, was westbound when for unknown reasons his vehicle veered into the incoming lane of travel. The Cobalt collided with an eastbound Jeep Commander driven by Richard Perez, 37, of Abbottstown.  A passenger, Arelis Santiago-Lugo, 27, was also injured.  All three were transported to York Hospital.

The roadway was closed between Colonial Valley Rd. and Menges Mills Road for about 90 minutes. Porters Fire and Spring Grove Fire responded and assisted at the scene.

The investigation into the accident continues.

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